PUMPA - THE SMART LEARNING APP

AI system creates personalised training plan based on your mistakes

Download now on Google Play

Theory:

Victor Canning was born on \(16\) June \(1911\) in Plymouth. He was a prolific British writer of novels and thrillers who flourished in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s. He was personally reticent, writing no memoirs and giving relatively few newspaper interviews. His initial writing work started with short stories. His first novel, Mr. Finchley Discovers His England, was a best seller. Following by its success, he wrote thirteen more novels in the next six years under three different names. He also wrote articles for 'Daily Mail' which was a British newspaper while continuing to write some short stories. He married Phyllis McEwen in 1935, a girl from a theatrical family and had three daughters. He died on \(21\) February, \(1986\).
 

Some of his works include,

Polycarp’s Progress (\(1935\))

Fly away Paul (\(1936\)) 

Two Men Fought (\(1936\))

Everyman’s England (\(1936\))

Mercy Lane (\(1937\))

Sanctuary from the Dragon (\(1938\))

The Wooden Angel (\(1938\))

Reference:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Victor_Canning